There are so many TV shows. With some, you don’t even have to make the decision of watching or quitting, they’re canceled (before their time). But what about the others?
I am a mass consumer of pop culture. I watch a lot of TV shows, both good and bad. Read More Lunchtime Poll: Underrated TV Shows
This spring, some shows are finally returning (Mad Men), while others are premiering (Hannibal, Bates Motel, How to Live With Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life)). But I’m more concerned with what shows are coming back to our screens this fall. Read More How the 2013 Fall TV Season is Shaping Up
I was watching my trusty old re-run of Beverly Hills 90210 last night when I had a change of heart. Kelly Taylor was supposed to be the heroine, the girl who everyone loved and who always did the right thing; back in the day, I subscribed to this idea, but as I watched her take on a holier-than-thou attitude for what seemed like the 90th time that episode, I decided that she was annoying and that Valerie Malone, her mortal enemy and the alleged villain of the show, was totally right: Kelly did suck. Read More Are You Rooting for a TV Villain?
Unlike my husband, my childhood TV viewing did not include Highlander. Now that it’s streaming on Netflix, he is re-watching it. And you know what? I dig it.
A high-powered divorce lawyer turns up dead, with a long list of enemies to check through. Meanwhile, Booth and Brennan have trouble adjusting to life back together. Read More New Show Recap: Bones, Episode 8.02, “The Partners in the Divorce”
The 1980s and ’90s were chock full of family sitcoms, from Full House to Family Matters. Each and every show had at least one “Very Special Episode,” and I lived for them. Read More Very Special Episodes: An Appreciation
Scalping, academic publishing, baby blues, and blow-outs? It’s an all over the place episode of Bones, this week, and even Brennan ends up seeming kind of disgusted at the killer.